Newsletter

November 2017

Project Shivalik is a SankalpTaru initiative to revolutionize a green essence amongst the natives of Uttar Pradesh. Through this, we could reach out to the marginal farmers of Saharanpur, a city located in the foothills of Shivalik. The major aim behind commencing this project on rural farmers’ land was to encourage locals about the importance of trees as a medium for better living and a healthier environment. Guava and mango saplings were planted, which would sustain rural livelihood by... Read more
SankalpTaru Foundation was privileged to have a kiosk set up at the NASSCOM CSR Leadership Conference 2017 held on 29th Nov, 2017 at Bangalore. Through the opportunity given, we demonstrated our virtual tree plantation technology which received a good appreciation from the conference attenders. The kiosk was visited by various dignitaries and other guests at the summit, who contributed their share to Mother Nature by planting a tree through our online portal. As a great recognition to our... Read more
The plantation campaign initiated in collaboration with TATA Power is a PAN India project, majorly focusing at Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kolkata. Reckoning to the importance of today's generation as the future leaders, the project aims towards inculcating in the school students a sense of environment conservation. Under the campaign, plantations would be done only in the schools of respective targeted states. Also, Clean and Green School Programs would be... Read more
Nauma Devi, our enthusiastic progressive farmer from Uttarakhand truly justifies the phrase: ‘Hard work has no substitute’. As a regular routine, she had to travel kilometers away from her home to collect fodder for livestock. This had been a rigorous job for Nauma which now seems a ball game with the Oak, Lemon and Pannya orchards grown in her vicinity. With an earnest zeal of planting fodder giving trees near to her abode, she is now sustaining her requirements through the trees she had... Read more

October 2017

Plant A Life- the green campaign initiated by Kotak Life Insurance in association with SankalpTaru Foundation planted 15,000 trees in 4 major cities; namely: Delhi, Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad. While reckoning the importance of trees and their conservation, the corporates integrated to bring about a behavioral change in the society for environmental conservation. The aim was to mobilize communities and bring them closer to the nature by planting trees in residential societies at all 4... Read more
The highly rising pollution levels post Diwali are a bitter truth of this prosperously celebrated ‘festival of lights’. Concerned by this perturbing pollution issue, SankalpTaru Foundation took an initiative to revolutionize the way Diwali is celebrated in India by instigating #PedoWaliDiwali campaign. The mission was to create an urge for a cracker free and pollution free Diwali to bring people closer to the nature and inculcate in them a sense of responsibility towards their environment. #... Read more
Tarnishing havoc of pollution has taken in its grip the beautiful view of sparkling stars which embellish the night sky. Apprehensive by this issue, Airtel India in collaboration with SankalpTaru Foundation instigated #BringBackOurStars campaign with a mission of lighting back the sky with its natural allure. The aim was to regain back our stars by removing pollution’s thick layer from atmosphere, encouraging communities to take a pledge for a pollution-free environment. For every pledge taken... Read more
It was a privilege for SankalpTaru Foundation to be a part of 800th Commemoration of Lord Jigten Sumgon’s Maha Parinirvana held at Jangchubling Monastery, Dehradun from 19 - 25 October. Having attended the event with H.H. the 37th Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang and Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswati, the president and spiritual head of Parmarth Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh, we could revive our souls with divinity and immense benevolence for the environment. Maha Parinirvana celebration led the... Read more
Dedication doesn’t have an off-season and so is Maji Lab’s green mission. He is our farmer beneficiary from West Bengal, whose commitment and earnest zeal towards the development of a better environment is praiseworthy. Withstanding his poor financial conditions, Maji is determined to cultivate his land productively with an aim of expanding the green patch in his region. He finds it his honor to be capable enough of fostering the environment to proliferate a greener bliss of freshness in his... Read more

September 2017

With a mission of developing a self-enthusiastic and self-sustainable ecosystem, SankalpTaru Foundation and Honda Motorcycle... Read more